Jervis Pump Station EP

by Wolfey & Project Pablo




"After firmly establishing themselves as one of the hottest labels out there with a slew of killer releases last year, Church start their 2016 campaign with a major transfer coup. Using all their worldly wiles, the London label have enlisted the services of Montreal's Project Pablo, who follows up his widely acclaimed debut on 1080p with a trio of driving dancefloor heaters in collaboration with Wolfey. "Jervis Pump Station" opens the set in peak time fashion, working techy key stabs and buzzing textures around an idiosyncratic rhythm track and pummelling sequenced bassline. The rib rattling kick and occasional burst of acid divert the cut from the recent haze house fug into the smoke machine fog of a strobelit warehouse. Where the A1 saw Wolfey and Pablo hitting us with a straight up slammer, "Duatang" injects a syncopated shimmey into the set, seducing us with a stripped back soundscape, deep and tacky bassline and dreamy keys. We stick with syncopation on the flipside as our dynamic duo drop the first contender for track of the year with "Whatitis", a perfectly crafted collection of solid percussion, rhythmic vocal chops, gorgeous keys and the warm and sunny tape aesthetic we've been obsessed with ever since Mood Hut and 1080p opened for business. It might still be chilly around these parts, but this is gonna keep us hot til the summer." - Piccadilly Records


released January 22, 2016



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